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Four friends (Luke, Murgi, Joy and Pondy) wasted by youth and self destruction play together in a band along with a fifth female member (Shiuli). Luke the lead singer and self-imposed ... See full summary »
Kay Kay Menon,
Tamasha is about the journey of someone who has lost his edge in trying to follow socially acceptable conventions of society. The film is based on the central theme of abrasion and loss of ... See full summary »
This story explores love - the shapes it takes, the ways it changes us and the exhilarating and often terrifying ride it takes us on. It is the journey of two characters, Alizeh and Ayan, as they navigate life, love and heartbreak.
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan,
Set against the backdrop of ambition, love, greed, and jazz - Bombay Velvet is the story of one ordinary man who goes against all odds and forges his destiny to become a 'Big Shot'. Jazz clubs, a passionate love story, a growing metropolis and a phenomenal hunger for a good life. Welcome to the City of Dreams. Welcome to Bombay Velvet.Written by
A much awaited movie of Anurag Kashyap has been released today. And a lots of expectations are bad for the film, any film. Bombay Velvet has everything that can make it a blockbuster, but, it isn't that. I'm writing this with very heaviness that BV is not a good watch. Ranbir Kapoor is charming, in the depth of the character, as usual, but, it's not his career best. This role may not be recognize longer time in future. He is not as good as he was in Barfi or Rockstar. Anushka Sharma is good. But, she doesn't that good to touch my heart. Though, she looks gorgeous in 60's costumes while singing jazz songs. Sidhhartha Basu, Vivan Shah & Satyadeep Misra - all are suitable and also act well as per their roles. Special mansions to Kay Kay Menon as a scrupulous police officer & Manish Chaudhary as an undaunted crime reporter. These two men, especially Manish smokes very passionately. But, the villain of BV steals the show. Yes, Karan Johar has acted unexpectedly. He is too good as Khaizad Khambata. He will probably get debut awards of this year. Story is no very well written. One man, is called by destiny to Bombay, to become something, the Big Shot, meets a smuggler, joins him, murders many, hunts many, than demands him to fulfill his dream, demands more, than smuggler's deny, and than fighting to take his quota. That's all. In between, Rosie Narona's character is just to song in the club, the jazz songs. This type of stories are very old fashioned. Even if you heat the last night's dinner in microwave, it should remain stale. So, disappointment with the story department. And because of that, no twists and turns, no excitements, only moving movie on 1st gear. So people get easily bore. Dialogues are fine. My most favorite one is "Footpath pe sangemarmar lagaane se wo Taaj-Mahaal nahi ban jaati!" I found that music is the only hope survived in the movie. All songs are awesome. Kudos to Amit Trivedi. He will surely gets nomination for best music in the ceremonies. But, I think I'm sure that Neeti Mohan will get best singer's award. She sings marvelous. Through her voice, she made me her zany lover again. Fifi, Naak Pe Gussa, Baheroopiya, Dhadam Dhadam - mind-blowing! Cinematography is very good. No one can imagine that the Bombay city they are watching is actually a film set in Sri Lanka. Kudos to the entire crew. The cars, the costumes, the guns from Germany, the scotches, the trams - everything looks expensive and well & good. And how can I forget to mention the grandiose set of Bombay Velvet club! Speechless to describe it. Anurag Kashyap's weakest direction so far. No crisps, no twists, no turns, only one feeling like a swimmer who swim to cross the river. It runs very slowly that you can't control yourself to take a glance in your phone many times. On the whole, for the luxury which it's showing, for jazz music, and for Karan and RK's performance (only if you are a die hard fan of him), you can afford BV. Others don't waste time and money, just go for Piku.
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